Landscape is reproduced with the title Landscape at Cogners in A.M. Campoy’s book on Joaquín Peinado. The schematic depiction of buildings and trees seen here is typical of this artist’s work, while the particular emphasis on line became more evident in his output from the mid-1950s onwards. This evolution can be seen as the ultimate consequence of the influence of Neo-cubism, which Peinado assimilated in Paris following his arrival in 1923, and above all of Cézanne, which is particularly evident in his less linear works.


  • Title: Landscape
  • Date Created: 1962
  • Physical Location: Madrid, Spain
  • Place Part Of: Spain
  • Physical Dimensions: w1460 x h1140 mm (Complete)
  • Painter: Joaquín Peinado
  • Description: Signed and dated at the upper right corner “Peinado 62”
  • Type: Painting
  • Rights: Fundación Banco Santander, www.fundacionbancosantander.com
  • External Link: Fundación Banco Santander
  • Medium: Oil on canvas

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